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HOLLIE LEE TO BE PRESENTED WITH THE 2014 CHAMBER VOLUNTEER AWARD AT THE 2014 CHAMBER COMMONWEALTH BREAKFAST � HOLIDAY INN-EMMET ST., CHARLOTTESVILLE, APRIL 14TH

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� (Charlottesville, Virginia � March 28) The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce has selected Hollie Lee to receive the 2014 Chamber Volunteer Award.�� The Chamber willHollie Lee present Ms. Lee with the award at the Chamber�s 2014 Commonwealth Breakfast at the Holiday Inn Charlottesville, Monday, April 14th at 7:30 AM, at which more than 150 business and civic leaders are expected to attend.� United States Senator Timothy Kaine (Virginia) is the featured speaker at the 2014 Chamber Commonwealth Breakfast. The annual Chamber Volunteer Award was established in 1998 to honor Chamber member volunteers who made outstanding contributions to the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce. The annual Chamber Volunteer Award is presented to those who help enhance and extend the Chamber�s dedication to member service. Hollie Lee began working with the Office of Economic Development in 2007. �Ms. Lee has been instrumental in providing entrepreneurial support services and programing for Charlottesville businesses. In 2013, her role expanded to include a focus on workforce development reflecting the City’s efforts to further align workforce and economic development efforts. Ms. Lee was recently recognized as a one of Charlottesville Woman magazine’s 4 under 40 Award recipients at the Chamber’s 2014 Quadruplicity Women’s Conference. Ms. Lee has been extremely active in the Chamber Business Academy, the Chamber Minority Business Conference, the Chamber Business Women�s Round Table/Quadruplicity, and the Chamber Business Expo. Additionally, Ms. Lee helped launch the Chamber Minority Business Council. Her work behind the scenes is quiet and fierce, earning her the nickname of the �Quiet Storm.� All of her work, both volunteer and otherwise, is done in a spirit of excellence. Ms. Lee has a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Political Science from Mary Baldwin College and a Master of Public Administration from James Madison University.� She is a graduate of the Chamber Leadership Charlottesville program and the City�s Leadership Development Academy.� She also holds board positions with the Virginia Downtown Development Association and the Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville. The Chamber is grateful for Ms. Lee�s willingness to participate and her dedication to every task she takes on. The price of admission between now and April 11th is $35/person for Chamber members and guests; others $45/person. Reserved tables of 10 are available for $400. For more information and/or to RSVP, contact the Chamber at 295.3141 or email us atdevelop@cvillechamber.com The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to representing private enterprise, promoting business and enhancing the quality of life in our greater Charlottesville communities.� The Chamber�s more than 1,100 member and affiliate member enterprises employ more than 45,000 people in our community, representing an estimated total payroll of more than $1.75 billion a year.

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